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Join hands to train, coach ad mentor girls from difficult backgrounds to take initiatives to bring change in their communities.

Established in 2009, Greight Foundation is dedicated to Research, Advocacy and Empowerment.

Our empowerment programme- 'Train-Coach-Mentor' Project aims at empowering Girls (and young people) from difficult communities including girls from poor homes, girls living in rural communities and physically challenged girls.

Currently, 20 girls have been trained in Alajo-Accra, Ghana and 30 visually impaired girls and boys at the Akropong School of the Blind, Ghana . Read about our trainings here-

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The second stage of the project is pairing these girls and boys with mentors and life coaches who are willing to support them morally to achieve their goals and execute their social change initiatives.

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M.K. Ellen M. Kennedy

| March 11, 2009 at 2:39 PM

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Personal Life story of Ellen M. Kennedy
Once upon a time; there live a girl called Ellen M. Kennedy who was staying with her Aunty named Miss Wuo. Before then, her Aunt told her parents that she was going to send this Ellen to school. After she took this girl alone with her in the next town; she decided that Ellen will be able to sell market while her children go to school. Every rime Ellen goes to the market to sell, if the goods did not finish she will not be allowed to go home. If she carried along with her some of the unfinished goods, her Aunty Miss Wuo would beat on her and even make her to under corporal punishments. After some years of selling for Miss Wuo, Ellen decided to ask her Aunty about when she will ever start going to school. The answer from her aunt was she must see all along the week and take two days to sell for herself to enable her pay her own school feels. While in this process of agreement, Ellen Bear it and was able to enroll herself in school and managed to be promoted in the 5th class in the same year the civil war started that cause to migrate to neighboring country Guinea as refugee along with her aunt and children. While in Guinea at the age of seventeen (17) years her aunt put her out of their their hut and asked her to go and live on her own Because her desire was to learn, she decided attending the refugee school in Guinea. While in school, this girl met one man who decided to help her to further her education. When this girl was been helped by this man in school and also helping her with every necessary needs. The aunt went to where Ellen was staying and told those who were there that she did not carry Ellen Guinea to get marry so therefore she decided to take her where she took her from which said was to her parents. While they were going she decided to take Ellen to jail without letting any body to know. While Ellen was in jail, some Guinean Police officer assigned at the Depot intended rapping this little girl at the time. Upon her refusal the officer put her back in the cell saying to her that she will not see daylight again. After three days without eating food and only to cry, the Depot Police Commander got concern and ordered that this girl (Ellen) be put out of the jail to explain what had happened to her that caused not to eat. In this process, the Police commander called upon Ellen aunty Miss Wuo to take Little Ellen to where she brought her from. Upon her aunt agreement, with the police she sent for a car to take Ellen to her parents. After Miss Wuo left with Ellen, she took her to another new place4 where she forces her to join the Sande society instead of her carrying her to her parents. Elle Said “I went through lots of difficulties and with God Almighty , I survived from this bad time” After her graduation from the Sande Society, she decided to escape to go back to Guinea, there she remained and joined another family members and went to Lofa County to find her family people instead of being around her aunty. Fortunate for her the family she joined at that time was so good to her; they helped her till she went to school and later she left and traveled to Monrovia where she stayed and graduated from high school. After her high school study she left and went in search of her parents in Lofa County where she met her biological parents and was able to explain every problem she went through while she was with her aunty. From there she left and decided to attend a nursing school. But because of financial problem break she was unable to complete her study and at this present time she is now working with an organization named Liberia United Youth for Community Safety and Development (LUYCD) based in Ganta, Nimba County, Liberia
I am now thirty (30) years of age

Marital status
Not married; but living with a boyfriend with two children.
Name of children: Suah Paye and Olive Paye

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Ellen Mamie Kennedy
Cel#: +2316-408-082
Palm Farm Community, Ganta City
Nimba County, Liberia

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WELCOME!
On March 11, 2009, jadefrank wrote:

Hi Oliver,

Welcome to PulseWire! I think you will find this to be a very positive and rewarding experience, especially if you take advantage of all the great things this site has to offer.

It is great to have such an enthusiastic, young voice from Liberia. I look forward to hearing more of your voice! The best way to communicate and share your voice is to write in your journal, to connect with other women by reading their journals and commenting on them and to participate in the numerous groups available on PulseWire.

You might also consider posting to ResourceExchange, a global bulletin board designed to offer access to needed resources as well as the ability to provide resources to those in need, explore and contribute to SharingSolutions, a library of working models and blueprints, and collaborate in a group discussion forum.

Warm regards,
Jade

The Liberian United Youth for Community Safety and Development, INC.
Chief Executive Officer Mr. Fred C Johnson LUYCD representative of LUYCD to LDCs Conference in Istanbul from 7-13 may 2O11.
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wow

this is interesting but heartbreaking too,im just wishing and praying that all this disastorouse things would end one day,and im in for your support and morally pledging it through pulse wire,

regards

miriam

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